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on the slow crawl through the streets of los angeles. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> jeff: and good evening, everyone, i'm jeff glor. in the sky over new mexico today a man jumped from 24 miles up and broke the sound barrier on the way down. a first. felix baumgartner broke that barrier by more than 100 miles an hour. then landed with ease. with details here's mark strassmann. >> felix baumgartner climbed into the strat sphere more than 24 miles above new mention dekort. he was about to become a human missile and plunge farther and faster in freefall than anyone in history. >> everything is in the green, doing great. >> reporter: his ascent had lasted two and a half hours. in a capsule hoisted by a 55 story helium balloon rising 1,000 feet a minute. the only hitch, baumgartner's viser fogged up when his helmet's heater stopped working. >> this is getting serious, joe. >> i do not think i have safe heating. >> reporter: joe kittinger in mission control was the voice in baumgartner's here. >> there it is, there is the world out there. >> reporter: in 1960 kitt
identificaciÓn a todos los residente de los angeles, incluyendo a todos los indocumentados. >>> tenemos que hacer algo mÁs para el inmigrante, que trabaja tan duro que contribuye a la ciudad de los angeles. si esto les puede ayudar un poquito, lo queremos hacer. >>> en un principio se buscÓ que sirviera para buscar al portador y otros servicios de la ciudad como carli prso de la biblioteca por ejemplo pero hay otro beneficio. >>> con esta identificaciÓn y esta tarjeta hay que poder asegurar que personas, pueden abrir una cuenta de banco. y no estar siempre con efectivo. >>> este lÍder proinmigrante coincide en que serÍa de mucho beneficio, para la comunidad. >>> creo que es la primordial causa que esto existe y es identificaciÓn para las personas que no pueden tener una identificaciÓn del estado. >>> es tiempo que los Ängeles siga un ejemplo de otras ciudades y san francisco california. >>> segÚn nos comenta este lÍder proinmigrante, en la actualidad hay todas las condiciones para que la ciudad de los angeles otorgue esta tarjeta de identificaciÓn a todos sus residentes, sin importar s
for a commute in los angeles this was a whopper. it took the shuttle more than 60 hours to complete the 12 mile route from lax to the museum. on friday it snuck a late night look at a doughnut shop and turned the 405 freeway into a shuttle crossing. >> such an amazing bit of technology, history, adventure. >> reporter: when "endeavour" arrived it was an hour ahead of schedule but then everything seemed to slow the shuttle's roll. >> thought i missed it this morning. when i turned on the news, great i'll see it. >> reporter: the crowds suffering dehydration in the sun got in the way. the wing span almost clipped buildings and trees. moving at just 1 mile-per-hour, it wasn't even giving molasses a run for its money. the city had already cut down 400 trees and raised 100 power lines to give the five story shuttle enough room yet dodging space junk is apparently easier than ducking power poles. high wires had to be lifted and more trees were trimmed. the shuttle lost more time when a scheduled maintenance stop stretch from two hours to five. then came the final stretch. the shuttle shuffled down ma
harvard university and lloyd shapley from the university of california, los angeles. professor shapley developed a theory on so-called matching methods. professor alvin used shapley's theory to clarify market functions. the academy says the two economists have achieved outstanding economic engineering. >>> a former syrian opposition leader says the u.n. and arab league envoy may take a new approach to ending the civil war. burhan ghalioun says lakhdar brahimi wants to send in thousands of peacekeepers. government and opposition forces have been fighting for a year and a half. ghalioun said brahimi hopes to deploy at least 3,000 armed peacekeepers. 300 unarmed u.n. monitors were forced to leave the country in august. government and opposition forces are fighting for control of the northern city of aleppo and the central city of homs. human rights activists say more than 30,000 people have been killed in syria since the uprising began in march of last year. they say more than 300,000 have fled to neighboring countries. brahimi plans to visit damascus this week to present his proposal to
the science museum in los angeles. almost a day late. the problems that put the journey way behind schedule. >>> i'm going over a -- >> a breathtaking jump from the edge of the earth's atmosphere. fearless felix baumgartner attempts to break the sound barrier in a free fall. and good evening, i'm ann notarangelo. nows of fans flooded the -- thousands of fans flooded the streets around at&t park before the first game of the national league championship series. the giants are taking on the cardinals to determine who advances to the world series. cbs 5 reporter mike sugarman has more on the buzz around the ballpark. >> reporter: ann, this is it. this is the league championship series that baseball's final four is what you play for all year for fans too. 43,000 have crammed into at&t park. they're bringing their spirit and they're bringing a lot of money. >> sunflower seeds, peanuts, sodas, $1. >> reporter: that's a bargain. >> how much do you think you're going to drop tonight? >> money-wise? >> reporter: yeah. >> probably -- $600. >> the tickets were $150. and we brought some snacks. >> repor
-bedroom home in los angeles and plan to fix it up and sell it fast, making a $50,000 profit. >> so this is the hallway that leads to the bathroom, and the two bedrooms over there. >> reporter: this was the bathroom. was, the operative word. just four months ago, this was a living room and the dining room. and you can see now this house is completely under construction. just gutted. but in a matter of just two months, it will be on the market and up for sale. flipping homes helped fuel the real estate bubble, and it made for tv gold. remember all those shows? from "flip this house" to "flip that house." >> one, two, three. let's get paid. >> reporter: today around the country, there are 25% more homes being flipped than last year. and sellers are walking away with an average profit of $29,000. much the houses that you're selling, how many wow say are housing that are being flipped? >> between like 25% and 40%. >> reporter: wow. but in this new generation of house flippers many greedy speculators are being replaced by conscientious buyers. home sales may be on the rebound, but there'
and there are no descriptions. >> well los angeles is legendary for slow commutes, but the newest vehicle, the shuttle endeavor made a trip no one is to forget. why that excursion was unexpectedly extended. >>> apparently endeavor was struggling with the idea of remateriality. when it made it's triumphant entrance, it was more than 15 hours late. even for a commute in los angeles, they was whopper. on friday, it snuck a late- night look at the doughnut shop and turned the 405 freeway into a shuttle crossing. when it alived yesterday morning, it was more than an hour ahead of schedule, then everything seemed to slow it's roll. >> i turned on the news and i was like oh, yeah, we're gonna see it. >> the crowd suffering dehydration in the hot sun got in the way. it nearly clipped buildings and trees. moving at one mile an hour, it wasn't even giving mulasus is run for it's money. >> already high wires had to be lifted while even more trees were trimmed. the shuttle lost more time when a scheduled maintenance stop stretched from two hours all the way to five. then the final stretch along martin luther king boulevar
about it. it's nuts. >> you finally get a space shuttle through two days' of los angeles traffic. so how do you get in the garage? >> good evening, i'm ann notarangelo. >>> here is what the bart delay locked like in west oakland where passengers were stranded on the platform for more than an hour. it wasn't much better across the bay in san francisco. that is where we find cbs 5 reporter don knapp. >> reporter: apparently as we learned tonight it's pretty easy to shut down the bart system if you don't mind remembering your life. when authorities say what he was doing they had no choice, but to shut the system down. stiffing crowds of bart riders clogged stairs and platforms at embarcadero and stations around the area. bart was forced to shutout unall trains using the transbay tube. >> they told us somebody had gotten into the tube and had to stop trains in and out of foreman. >> reporter: that because quarter to 7:00 on what promised to be a businessia busy night. >> reporter: bart police took a train into the tube and found the man and arrested him without incident. folks would ha
home. the 12-mile trip from los angeles international airport to the california space science about 17 hours longer than expected. 10th seeded crawling along right and shops inuses the streets of los angeles. passedttle had to we've poles and trees. -- weave past. it goes on display at the end of e month. >> drivers can expect closures, the mclean metro rail station on the silver line. they are installing a pedestrian that goes across route 123. t's part of the dulles corridor metro rail project. until 5:00 tomorrow morning. we are used to seeing the trees change in this time of year. the season are a ireland.rent in the northern lights. headed there on thursday. activewe have to really now with sunspots, which helped to create the or borealis. -- aurora borealis. if you did not see it, take a this.t exciting thing of the day for me. i caught it on camera. >> gorgeous. the sun rise just before 7:00 this morning. -- surise. enjoy it while it lasts. the sun came up and then it got overcast. we have some showers. degrees right now at reagan national with a dew point of 60. the wind out of
los angeles. it traveled just 19 kilometers. in that time, it will now be a permanent exhibit capitola california science center. the biggest obstacles on the journey turned out to be the trees and overhanging cables. the average speed when it was moving was just 3 kilometers per hour. it could actually reach 17,000 kilometers normally. you're watching gmt from bbc world news. these are the headlines. a 14-year-old schoolgirl sent by a taliban in northwest pakistan is under way to britain for medical treatment. a peace deal has been signed in the philippines in the hope of ending a long-running muslim insurgency. business news with aaron. another painful day for portugal. >> lisbon is bracing itself for street protests outside the parliament building today. thousands are expected to gather over the the 2013 budget. some of the hardest test measures ever introduced critics some of the harshest measures ever introduced by the portuguese government. they have to do this as part of the $100 billion bailout that the country receive the last year. in terms of, the tax of the finance minister
neighborhood. abc's abbie boudreau is in los angeles. >> reporter: inching along at a mere two miles per hour, it's hardly the kind of high-speed chase we're used to seeing in los angeles, but it's just as much of a nail-biter. here the shuttle came within millimeters of hitting this street lamp. >> pretty amazing. >> it feels like i'm a part of history. >> reporter: "endeavour" has already made an incredible 25 missions to space traveling 122 million miles, but its journey on the ground has been a logistical challenge. just imagine trying to clear enough space for a 78-foot wingspan. that's half the width of a football field. the shuttle weighs 80 tons. that's the equivalent of 42 cars, so heavy that thousands of metal plates were used to reinforce the roads. nearly 400 trees had to be cleared from its 12-mile journey. even power lines were raised to make room for the tail, which stands five stories tall. >> and liftoff for the final launch of "endeavour." >> reporter: and after 25 dedicated years on the job, "endeavour" completed its 3-day, journey home to the california science center wher
and very difficult trek through los angeles the space shuttle endeavour reached its final destination today. the shuttle ended its journey at the california science center about 17 hours late. it left l.a.x. back on friday. averaging just about two-miles- an-hour through the streets of l. a. about 400 trees had to be removed along the route to make room for the shuttle. thousands of people came to watch the shuttle's progress throughout the weekend. the mayor says he is jubilant that the trip is over. >> nothing like this has ever been attempted before and nothing like this will ever be attempted again. this is a once in a lifetime event. >> reporter: the east bay company serin led the logistics from making the move. >>> and the one thing on felix baumgartner's mind when he plummeted to earth at more than 800 miles per hour. >>> and an investigation is under way after a fire show injured more than 100 people in china. >>> clouds are moving into the bay area right now. but the weather pattern is about to change. coming up at 10:37 how much warming you can expect for your monday and when 90s
across los angeles with unforeseen obstacles. >> over 100 people are hurt after a fireworks display goes wrong in china. one of the fireworks shoots into the crowd. >> the detroit tigers have come to yankee stadium and taken the first two. >> the cardinals take game one. >> all that. >> i come in around 6:30 and say the opposite of whatever rachel maddox says the night before and that usually works. >> i'm going ring the bell here. >> on cbs "this morning". >> it's not an early halloween party. it's new york's comic-con. >> it's a great place to find it's new york's comic-con. >> it's a great place to find out what batman would look like. captioning funded by cbs welcome to cbs "this morning". i'm charlie rose in new york. nod is in washington. president obama and mitt romney have quit campaigning they are too busy preparing for tomorrow's second presidential debate. >> a new politico george washington washington university battleground poll shows obama leading romney by one-point. the race is tied. nancy cordes is here. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, norah. they want a
. >>> the space shuttle "endeavour" completed a very long journey home across los angeles with some unforeseen obstacles. >>> over 100 people are hurt after a fireworks display goes horribly wrong in china. one of the fireworks shoots into the crowd. >>> the detroit tigers have come to yankee stadium and taken the first two. >> the cardinals take game one. >>> offensive coordinator tom -- >> i come in around 6:30. i just say the opposite of whatever rachel maddow says the night before. >> all that matters. >> mitt romney has laid it all out there. >> i'm going to ring the bell here. go back to your corners. >> on "cbs this morning." >> it's not an early halloween party. it's new york's comic con. >> a great place to find out what batman would look like if he ate his feelings. >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." i'm charlie rose in new york. norah o'donnell is in washington. president obama and governor romney have quit campaigning for now. they're too busy preparing for tomorrow's second presidential debate. >> in a new politico/george washington university battleground poll shows the president
and killing two brothers in los angeles in 1999. two years later, prosecutors say smitt kidnapped and -- smith kidnapped and killed another man in los angeles. he's already been tried for beating a man along a desert highway. the jury deadlocked in that case. he will be tried on all four charges in a single trial. >>> it took a long time but the space shuttle "endeavour" is now parked at its new home. bob decastro is live in los angeles at exposition park. and bob, the shuttle fine lip rolled to a stop yesterday afternoon, right this. >> reporter: everybody just kind of exhaling here. you said a long time. but this was 17 hours late. it actually exended up being this extended party for us here in los angeles. i'm gonna show it to you because the shuttle walk was rolled right into that pavilion. a lot of activity here this morning because they are working feverishly to try to finish up this pavilion. they are gonna close this off. this will be part of a whole interactive museum. it's just a temporary home because any are building a wing to the california science fent -- california science cente
the mothers of east los angeles. and they lived in, you know, in a very bad neighborhood, very dangerous. so this is how they started. when they saw a drug dealer out, they'd all call each other all the way down the line. they'd all go out. so all they went out on the lawn, and all of a sudden there were all these mothers. out goes the drug dealer. so they decided to form an organization. and then the los angeles government was going to put a trash burner right in front of the school where the kids were going, and they said, no way. so they started to march. there were, you know, several hundred of them. they were marching. okay. the trash didn't come. one after another these incidents, the mothers got together, they said let's do it. and, you know, they marched, they cleaned up the area where they lived, they did wonderful things. and these were hispanic women. and we don't have a very good opinion of hispanic women. why, i do not know. >> host: i mean, i think that different populations may have their prejudices, but -- >> guest: these were wonderful women. >> host: right. i mean, populati
, the great artist had its head in [inaudible] that was in los angeles a couple of days ago, will be in berkeley tomorrow and then after that in new york of course, so there you are, that is how we are civilized together, how we are human beings that try to push ahead san francisco, paris, two cities that are destined to understand everything and do the maximum understanding because san francisco and paris believe in progress, know that it's difficult that progress of a factor of human development, we don't want to forget anybody, we want to shoulder each other, help each other so that the two cities, san francisco and paris be the most attractive cities in the world but also the most smiling cities in the world, the most -- the cities that are worth your affection and that express to the rest of the world their taste of friendship, fraternity, friendship and for that we have to be together, we have to wan -- want to draoe yait toing and we want to make sure that this memorandum of understanding, this understanding between paris and san francisco be a final way of saying t
for the past 29 years. and so, later on this month, our own sals, will be traveling down to los angeles to pick up our award. this award as you know is for our archaeological exhibit and it is being shown at ac transit headquarters and back to san francisco for city hall centennial celebration. on to our work with the san francisco unified school district. as you know we have been working with all of our 28 union and some of our guys are here today. as well as all of our contractors, web core particular, to rereach out to our youth, provide education opportunities, and donation and so forth. and i want to say that web core deserves a great deal of recognition because they have been doing a lot of work in terms of donating the materials to the various schools as well as reaching out to the veteran's community and i would like to have mike pool come up and report to the board on what they have done most recently with tech 21. mike? >> good morning. >> my name is mike pool, i am the senior superintendent on the transpay project. web core and all of us at transbay take pride in giving back to the c
shuttle endeavor is now at its new home in los angeles. it rolled in after a 12-mile two day journey from l.a. x. trees had to be cut down and head to make room for the shuttle. hundreds came out including the mayor of loss san less. >> as i came through, i saw the real gift. the gift of inspiration and dream making. >> the retired shuttle will go on public display october 30thth. >>> they did it again, retired chuck yeager went with another ride faster than the speed of sound. you see him riding over the mojave dessert. he did the very same thing in the very same place. >>> let's see how fast things going in our commute, sal? >> not nearly that fast. we are slow in some areas, let's look at highway 4, it is getting busier and traffic will be busy getting through the area and it is also slow on some of the nearby freeways so give yourself some time. also i put a circle around it there, 80 coming in from vallejo to funnel, some of those -- funnel, panola, some of those vehicles are being blocked coming in from vallejo to panola, let's go to steve. >>> it feels like a summer pattern, emily
-13 se origina en los angeles en los 80, y pues la presencia es mas conocida alli. igual que en washington. pero no se limita a esas areas. tambien hay fuerte actividad de la ms-13 en nueva york, charlotte, nueva jersey, virginia y maryland. ademas de otros 30 mil miembros en mexico, el salvador, honduras y guatemala. el departamento de estado dice que ha tratado ese tema con paises de la region. mike hammer, portavoz del departamento de estadonoso tros por parte del departamen to de estado trabajamos muy a fondo con gobiernos centroamer icanos para afrontar problemas de la seguridad de la ciudadania." desde hace 7 anos, autoridades federales han arrestado y procesado a mas de 4 mil integrantes de la ms-13. standup: fernando pizarro, washington d.c. la ms-13 es la primera pandilla que recibe esta designacion de organizacion criminal transnacional y se uno a otros grupos violentos como los zetas mexicanos y la camorra italiana. desde washington, fernando pizarro, univision. amigos y amigas que tal... bienvenidos!! la emocion continua en la capital, anoche ganaron los nacionales.
. it wasn't until three hours ago that the shuttle parked at the california los angeles mew scheme of science. it took all day friday, all day saturday, more than half of today to travel 12 measly miles. thousands came out to see it. >> an amazing event. that's why i'm here with my daughter. to make sure she sees and it is part of it. >> a once in a lifetime deal with the spate space shuttle going down the streets of l.a. >> one of the reasons it took so long was because of the tight squeeze. engineers had to shoe horne the shuttle around trees and power lines. >> up next, a feat no man has ever done before. [applause] >> the extreme athlete who jumped from the stratosphere and made a nearly 24-mile sky dive back to earth, and leigh glaser says, get ready for warmer >> a skydiver successfully made his ascent from the edge of space, breaking the speed of sound during the freefall. felix bum baumgartner ascended in a helium balloon that carried him to 23 miles, more than three times the cruising al a.l.itude of the average air lynner. he hit a speed of 833 miles-per-hour. >> stand up
longer, but the space shuttle endeavour has finally reached its final resting place in los angeles. here's the latest. reporter: it has been a long journey. near lay year in the making and space shuttle endeavour is finally here, arriving about 1:00 this afternoon. crews are make something final preps withpushing it the final few feet into its permanent home. >> mission accomplished and the space shuttle endeavour finishes its final vulnerable and for the master minds been the joiny it's a welcome sight. >> this is the first day i have breathed a sigh of relief because it's here. i waited eight hours yesterday and i was determined to come back today, and i finally got to see it. >> it's important for our city, and it's really fun to see all the kids' reaction. nice to be here. >> like, important to mankind that we know what it is, and how to get to see it and all that. >> after 25 missions, circling the earth nearly 4700 times, the final 12 miles from lax to the california science center proved to be some of the toughest. delaying the shuttle's profile by 17 hours. >> had to move in all
los angeles. space shuttle is finally at it's new home. 170,000 pound shuttle moved about two miles an hour. it came to a complete halt. crews had to maneuver it around trees and light poles. it took 17 hours. they aren't sure when the exhibit will open at the science center. >>> san francisco wants to host the superbowl in the coming years even though the game would be played at team's new stadium in santa clara. they have made a bid for the 2017 game. tomorrow they will announce if san francisco is contention with that. they will host several events leading up to the big game. the ceo confirmed on friday that san francisco is the team's home wherever they play. if the niners win the superbowl the parade would be on market street. rough day or niners as they are blown out on the field. raiders also fell flat at the end. also many analysts said the president lost badly in the first debate, but what his campaign is doing to change the out come of the rematch. for the first the time ever, an 830 mile-per-hour free fall plummeting to earth ot at supersonic speeds. >> i'm leigh glaser.
science center in los angeles. it arrived 17 hours behind schedule sunday after incredible historic journey through the center of the city. crews chopped down nearly 400 trees to clear the path, crawled through the streets two miles per hour. >> this thing is amazing. we were going around -- [ inaudible ] >> there were several close calls for endeavour. it came close to hitting light poles and tree branches. it will go on display beginning october 30th. >>> trivia, private test pilot wanted $100,000, yeager did it for -- for what an air force captain made in. >>> recall of peanut products possibly contaminated with salmonella grows. >>> one thing new research finds you should do to be smarter and slimmer. the best part is, it is free. >>> president obama and mitt romney get ready for another showdown tomorrow night. a poll shows another change in the candidates' momentum. [ female announcer ] now get high speed internet at home on our newly expanded advanced digital network, a connection you can count on. introducing at&t u-verse high speed internet with more speed options, reliabil
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space shuttle in los angeles. tree haulers had to make way for the wing span. >>> this morning, felix baumgartner is in the record books. a helium carried his capsule and he jumped from 128,000 feet breaking the record of 103,000 feet set back in 1960. he is the first person to break the sound barrier with his own body. baumgartner survived, but there was a scary moment when he was in an uncontrolled tumble. >> i tried to put an arm out and it did not work. you are always late. when you fail at that speed with the suit, you don't feel the air. it is hard to predict what you have to do. >> he reached the top speed of 834 miles per hour. thanks for being with us. have a great day, everybody. [ female announcer ] now get high speed internet at home on our newly expanded advanced digital network, a connection you can count on. introducing at&t u-verse high speed internet with more speed options, reliability and wi-fi hot spots than ever. call at&t now to get u-verse high speed internet for as little as $14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. it's the fastest internet
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.. from new york.. to los angeles. along the way, he tells me he also learned a lesson.. ive come to know that america is a compassionate place when people are aware and when they know whats going on they rise to the occasion. over the months, brooks raised that awareness.. and raised money, a half million dollars so far, to build a community center across the street from his church on king drive. we have to keep all hands on deck and we have to constantly gang up on the problem and not gang up on each other. last winter, he made headlines not for walking.. but sitting... on top of the vacant hotel where that community center will go.. tyler perry gave 100-thousand dollars back then to help tear the building down... brooks says the walk has inspired others to give too.. we brought a lot of attention and a lot of awareness to the gun violence in chicago and we met a lot of compassionate people all across america its been really wonderful. his parisioners, whove gone without brooks on the pulpit the better part of this year, are inspired as well... phillona williams im excited and im ha
comunidad inmigrante. >>> el alcalde de los angeles es autor de la para puesta de una tarjeta oficial de identificaciÓn con fotografÍa. la que puede utilizarse para tener servicios municipales como bibliotecas y abrir cuentas bancarias y usar cajeros automÁticos. >>> se bajarÁ >>>periodistel crimen. no van a caminar con billetes de miles de deslars en su bolsa. y le darÁ una tarjeta de identificaciÓn. >>> ciudades como richmond california y muy prÓximamente oakland adoptaron este tipo de identificaciÓn. las cuales no solo para los indocumentados. >>> para todas las personas en los Ángeles hay gente afroamericano que no tienen cuenta de bancos que inmigrantes. >>> las tarjetas de identidad angelina eviten la discriminaciÓn a los que utilizan matrÍcula consular. >>> en tu paÍs porque es de mÉxico. >>> la policÍa, la aceptara como forma de identificaciÓn. >>> hasta este momento, no te puedo dar una promesa. que todos lo van a aceptar vamos a empezar como lo han hecho oakland. >>> las tarjetas de identidad tienen que ser aprobadas por el consejo muchos par municipal en los Án
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.b.a. legend, played for the los angeles lakers for more than a decade, and received countless honors for that time. please welcome magic johnson. ( cheers and applause ) how are you? i'm doing great. >> jon: so nice to see you. >> you had me back there in tears that was so funny. >> jon: thank you, sir. we worked on that for almost an hour. >> especially the obama afterwards. you had me on the floor on that one. >> jon: thank you, sir. i imagine he's been on there as well, recently. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. he better get up in a hurry. >> jon: you have to get up. let me get rid of the business first. this oracle, what is this a home test, hiv? you're endorsing this? >> yes, because it's important when you think about the hiv and aids fight today, we want to test more people, and so a lot of times, people then want to go to a doctor or to an hiv-aids clinic to get an hiv-aids test. now they've made it possible so you can do it in your own home. >> jon: an in-home. >> in-home displ and it's scientifically sound? >> yes, because doctors were already using this. now it's available to th
to make the trip across los angeles. >> inching along a mere two miles an hour, it is hardly the high speed chase we are used to seeing in los angeles. but it is just as much of a nailbiter. here the shuttle came within millimeters of hitting the street lamp. >> it is pretty amazing. >> it feels like i am part of history. >> endeavor has made 2 tiff missions to space, traveling 122 million miles. but the journey on the ground has been a law gist cal challenge. >> just imagine clearing a space for a 78-foot wingspan. that's half the width of a football field. the shuttle weighs 80 tons. that's the equivalent of 42 cars. so heavy that thousands of metal plates were used to reinforce the roads. nearly 400 trees were needed to be cleared from the 12-mile journey. even power lines were used for the tail which stands five stories tall. >> and liftoff for the final launch of endeavor. >> and after 25 dedicated years on-the-job, endeavor completed its three-day journey home to the california science center. where it can finally enjoy some well deserved time off. abbie boudreaux. >> never joke
it took to make the trip across los angeles. >> inching along a mere two miles an hour, it is hardly the high speed chase we are used to seeing in los angeles. but it is just as much of a nailbiter. here the shuttle came within millimeters of hitting the street lamp. >> it is pretty amazing. >> it feels like i am part of history. >> endeavor has made 2 tiff missions to space, traveling 122 million miles. but the journey on the ground has been a law gist cal challenge. >> just imagine clearing a space for a 78-foot wingspan. that's half the width of a football field. the shuttle weighs 80 tons. that's the equivalent of 42 cars. so heavy that thousands of metal plates were used to reinforce the roads. nearly 400 trees were needed to be cleared from the 12-mile journey. even power lines were used for the tail which stands five stories tall. >> and liftoff for the final launch of endeavor. >> and after 25 dedicated years on-the-job, endeavor completed its three-day journey home to the california science center. where it can finally enjoy some well deserved time off. abbie boudreaux. >> n
at be in the first person to break the speed of sound s fro is at its n los angeles. it reached its destination at the california signed center very carefully navigating its way through l.a. street. it took more than two days for the space shuttle to inch through the 12 mi. ride. traffic signals had to be removed makeweight and trees. they will replace the trees. and never goes on public display october 30th. it's 547 tam much to look at the weather. >> of the morning we can see lights out there we still have dense fog of the bay area. not too bad here at the golden gate bridge however in the bottle, santa rosa we have limited visibility visibility down to zero in some spots. visibility less than 1 mi. rest of the day. pretty much everyone dealing with some degree of fault as we head into the 8:00 a.m. our foggy conditions until lunchtime. all the conditions to the heart of the bay up along the coast line and it looks like we will see sunshine for the majority of the bay area. sunny conditions for pacifica and half moon bay. the afternoon highs pretty pleasant conditions temperatures warmer com
for endeavour this morning sitting at its new home at the california science center in los angeles. it got there 17 hours behind schedule sunday after incredible historic and slow journey through the center of the city. work crews chopped down nearly 400 trees to clear the path for endeavour which crawled through los angeles seats at two miles an hour the shuttle will go on display at the center starting october 30th. >>> professor from stanford or ph.d from stanford is being honored for the nobel prize for economics. alvin roth shares the award with lloyd shapley an 89-year-old professor at ucla honored for their studies on the match making that take places whens did are coupled with hospitals or organs with transplant recipients. roth is visiting at stanford he normally teaches at harvard. it is the final award given out this year. congrats. >>> what a new poll is revealing about the race for president. >>> new study revealing impact >>> good monday morning many plenty of dense fog from our east bay into the north bay today later on this afternoon, after 10:00 temperatures begin to climb
springs take a look at the heat in los angeles 91 the high in los angeles to. 78 in big sur. here in the bay area, our warming trend will continue fom. we'll see sunny skies from coast toinland looking for mid to upper 60s on the coast. 66 in half moon bay tomorrow. 73 will be the high here in san francisco. 78 across the bay in oakland up into north bay 85 the high in santa rosa. 84 in napa. 85 concord and livermore. down south 80s in san jose. 84 morgan hill. 81 in santa cruz. warmth is on. heat will be on wednesday and thursday. we'll see high temperatures above 90 degrees by mid week. quite a warm up coming our way. feels like summer again. enjoy it. ill it can't last forever. >> thank you, spencer. >> still to come on abc 7 news at 4:00 rare delivery from a cheetah mom much to the delight of zoo keepers from the land down under. >> i'm michael finney. car insurance companies love to advertise low rates to get to you sign up. how long before they can raise rates? your consumer questions answered, straight ahead. >> hi there, coming up at 5:00 alarming rate that seafood is bein
at its home at the california science museum but the city of los angeles had to remove some industries and telephone poles for the journey which took a lot longer than expected. >> i imagine you got to do that. >> do a little bit of moving around. >> traveled more than 123 million-mile during its lifetime. as fox's mary ann rafferty shows us, it is now at its permanent home. >> reporter: mission accomplished. losangeles city leaders finally welcoming the shuttle endeavour to the california science center early sunday afternoon after a 12-mile journey. >> nothing like this has ever been attempted before. and nothing like this will ever be attempted again. this is a once in a lifetime event. >> reporter: thousands after dorring onlookers gathering along its route through the city. people waiting for hours for the chance to see the shuttle up close and personal. >> when you get to see this thing right next to you and it is so huge and it has been through a war or a disaster or something, it is really, really neat. >> i have chills. we're so excited. it is like once in a lifetime. >> repor
the same jump that the satellite endeavour made its arrival at its home in los angeles, california. the skydiver almost had to abort this jump what happened? >> there were problems on the way up and on the way down. 30 minutes before the way up he noticed his face plate weren't working. temperatures were 60 degrees below zero. if the mask heater didn't work he wouldn't be able to see. if he began spinning, which he did, he couldn't stop because he couldn't see the horizon line separately. he need to see his wrist to know when to pull the chute. it almost happened. listen closely during his 800 mile-per-hour free-fall, that's a football field in less than a second, baumgardner says his mask began to fog up. >> i repeat my visor is smoking up. >> well, it worked. but he came close to scrubbing this mission before the jump. shepard? >> shepard: what's in it for the sponsor here, william, red bull? >> well, the only thing traveling faster than baumgardner on sunday was that live feed to millions of viewers in 50 countries and the twitter traffic afterwards. experts say the jump half sc
: in highland park in northeast los angeles, and it was predominantly a latino community. >> host: mostly illegal? >> guest: i think it was a combination, yeah, there were a lot of immigrant families, but, you know, there were also the legal and illegal families. >> host: how did the legals view the illegals? >> guest: i'm not too sure about that because as a child, i don't think i was too aware of that kind of response from the adults, but what i do remember the most is being shocked when i got to school that most of the kids in my classroom were dark skin, and they looked just like me and had names like garcia and hernandez, and they could speak a language i couldn't speak. that was shocking to me because they looked exactly like me, and, yet, they weren't. i would say that was probably the first time i was really aware of the fact that they were latinos, but they were different from me. >> host: you were in esl classes? english as a second language classes? >> guest: yeah. >> host: was that a second class citizen type thing? being in that class? >> guest: definitely, being an esl stude
endeavour has finally reached its new los angeles home. the spacecraft arrived at the california science center just after 2:00 this afternoon. it was supposed the arrive around 9:00 last night but endeavour was delayed navigating around utility poles and street lights and trees. despite the trip even the youngest fans were still captivated. >> i said to mommy can we go to the space shuttle tomorrow? and she said yes. and why i want to go here is because it's my first time to see one. >> and it's estimated one million people lined the shuttle's route from l. a. x. to the science center. endeavour will now be on permanent display to help inspire new generation of astronauts. >>> they've been easing back slowly over the past several days but still about $4.55 per gallon is taking a toll on us. where will prices go from here. cbs 5 reporter anne makovec explains the issue may be decided in court. >> reporter: when it comes to the gas price roller coaster, california is always riding high. >> i just think it's a ripoff. >> reporter: in some cases, experts warn it could get worse because of i
than it was supposed to. vicki vargas from our sister station in los angeles is live with the latest. hello, vicki. >> reporter: good evening, diane. look like they tucked the shuttle in for the night and they have. it is going to a new building in three years but for now it will go on exhibit in two weeks. it's been to the space station and back. flown beyond the earth's orbit two dozen times but the final approach for the "endeavor" boiled down to this, a single, tight left turn on 39th street sfwlit is huge. >> the 12-mile trek had kept young and old in awe as the shuttle inched across city streets. traffic stopped and thousands gathered. as the $1.8 billion shuttle aimed toward its final stop. >> it is the happiness and the joy it's brought. lovely. wonderful, awesome. all the adjectives you can think of. all of them. >> in its prime the five-story tall shuttle was used to treat and repair satellites but tree trimmers were called to make way for the wingspan and a hydraulic leak added to the delay. the shuttle will go on display october 30th. part of the exhibit until a new build
the new err, era of limit? >> guest: i tell the story of smog in los angeles which was an unsolvable problem. it got solved. it took regulations pushing technology. climate is just a bigger cement, global issue. and i was going to write one chapter on it because i wondered how did climate become such an issue, and i found myself writing six because it was so interesting, and it started with a small band of scientists in the 19th century who were worried about another ice age. in the 20th century it was sign terrorists worried about carbon and how that would drive up temperatures and global warming, and i think we've seen it's very hard to get a global solution to it. but it's really interesting. u.s. emissions are down now about, like, 17% from where they were in 2005. why? because we're using more natural gas to generate electricity rather than coal. so there's not one solution. i think something that will have an impact on climate is, obviously, more efficient automobiles. less gasoline usage means less carbon in the air. >> host: next call for daniel yergin comes from dan in depp
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